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24. 23 shows a typical single-phase pole-mounted transformer that supplies a few (one to eight) houses. A surge arrester and a fuse cutout protect the pole-mounted oilinsulated transformer. The secondary of the transformer supplies a 240/120 V insulated conductor that is attached to a carrier steel wire, leading the electricity to the houses. Such transformers may supply a 240/120 V low voltage line. 23. Consumer service drop. 2. Residential Electrical Connection A low-voltage secondary feeder supplies individual houses.
Draw the connection diagram of a high-voltage substation using the breaker-anda-half configuration. Identify the components. 5. What is a circuit breaker? Discuss its role and operating principle. 6. What are current and voltage transformers? 7. What is the disconnect switch and its purpose? 8. What is a surge arrester? Why is it important? 9. Draw a diagram of a typical radial distribution system. Describe briefly its operation. 10. Describe the residential electric connection. Draw the connection diagram.
The area without the slots forms the magnetic poles. 15 shows the completed rotor where the windings are covered with wedges and retention rings are incorporated to reinforce the structure. The figure also shows the fans at each end of the windings. The generator operating principle is that the dc current in the rotor generates a magnetic field. The turbine spins the rotor and the magnetic field. The rotating field induces voltage in the stator three-phase windings. 16. Salient pole rotor (courtesy of Siemens, Erlangen, Germany).